EDGE (Designed for off-campus study)
EDGE is a program provided for the graduate student who cannot participate in on-campus classes. The requirements are the same as for any other graduate degree, but courses are offered via streaming video and download to your machine for offline viewing. For more information on EDGE, visit their website.
Students interested in completing their Master of Science (Non-Thesis) degree via distance learning must be admitted into the graduate program in Materials Science and Engineering. To apply see our website.
For instructions on setting up Edge Proctoring, please follow the below link:
- Complete the graduate application process from our website.
- Once complete, your graduate application file will be reviewed by the Department and a letter will be sent to you electronically regarding the admission decision.
To be eligible for regular admission to the graduate program within the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, the applicant must hold a B.S. in an appropriate major.
- Required Credit Hours: 30
- Required: 18 hours of EMA5000-6000 level courses with a minimum grade of C or better and must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above
- Maximum – One approved 3000 level or above undergraduate course (outside the Department)
- Maximum – 6 credit hours of EMA 6905 – Individual Work
- Maximum – 6 credit hours of S/U work (includes max. 5 hours of EMA 6910 – Supervised Research)
- Overall grade point average for all course work must be 3.0 or better.
- Courses cannot have been used for a previous degree.
- Transfer credits: by petition to the graduate school, up to 9 credits from another institution. Courses must be graduate level courses, B or better, applicable to the degree which may be transferred to the MS program with approval by the graduate coordinator and by petition to the graduate school
- Time Limitation: all work, including transferred credits, counted toward the master’s degree must be completed during the seven years immediately preceding the date on which the degree is awarded
- Supervisory Committee: The graduate coordinator will supervise your MS Non–Thesis degree
- MSE Non–Thesis Paper: One (1) month prior to graduation, the graduate coordinator must email ASO that your paper is acceptable for partial fulfillment of the Masters Non-Thesis degree. Guidelines for the paper may be found by following the directions below:
- Click on MS Non–Thesis Paper Guidelines in the SUPERVISORY COMMITTEES/DEFENSES section.
Students interested in completing their Masters of Science (Non-Thesis) degree via distance learning must be admitted into the graduate program in Materials Science and Engineering.